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  • Government Cloud Hosting is on the Rise

    Last Updated: February 12, 2018

    In mid-2015, an announcement was made by the National Security Agency (NSA) that announced some of its IT infrastructure would be moving to Amazon Web Services. However, the NSA is far from alone in this change, as the Department of Defense, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) were also already using the […]

  • The Newest Features of Microsoft Azure Machine Learning

    Last Updated: February 07, 2018

    In late September of 2017, Microsoft announced some significant updates to Azure Machine Learning. These updates were put in place to allow data scientists the ability to manage, monitor, deploy, and build models at any scale. We’re going to look at the new functions available and what they are capable of. Experimentation The Azure Machine […]

  • U-SQL: Big Data Languages for Microsoft Azure Data Lake

    Last Updated: February 02, 2018

    In September of 2017, Microsoft provided information about their formulation of a new query language, known as U-SQL. It has been designed for use on the Azure Data Lake Store, which is believed to be launching in preview mode by the end of 2017. Azure Data Lake Store Microsoft has been pushing Azure Data Lake […]

  • Understanding the Limitations of Amazon Web Services

    Last Updated: January 29, 2018

    Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides more than 70 different services and is the fastest growing cloud provider. No matter what you need to do, it’s likely that there is already a service on AWS that will make it quick and easy. On top of that, the infrastructure of AWS is there for you to make […]

  • What are the Benefits of Cloud Computing?

    Last Updated: January 22, 2018

    Cloud computing is becoming more popular every day. In the past, it was common for people and businesses to run programs and applications after downloading software onto a server or computer in their building. What cloud computing does is provide access to these types of programs but over the Internet. As such, cloud computing is […]